PR: What Happened in Kansas Could Happen in New Jersey
For Immediate Release – August 8, 2012
Americans for Prosperity: What Happened in Kansas Could Happen in New Jersey
In A Historic Primary, Conservatives Oust 8 GOP Moderates from Kansas State Senate
BOGOTA, NJ – Americans for Prosperity state director Steve Lonegan says what happened in Kansas could be a harbinger of things to come in other states, including right here at home in New Jersey.
In a historic primary, eight sitting GOP state senators in Kansas were defeated by their conservative challengers; among them, Senate President Steve Morris, a 20-year incumbent.
“The primary results in Kansas demonstrate that when citizens are educated about fiscal policy issues and the value of economic freedom and limited government, they will hold their representatives accountable when they betray taxpayer interests,” said Lonegan.
“Our sister chapter, AFP-Kansas, played a critical role by going door to door, using direct mail, and taking to radio and TV to educate citizens. And the results are clear: armed with the facts, Kansans chose to support those candidates who championed conservative, limited government, free-market policies.
“What happened in Kansas yesterday ought to send a shockwave through the GOP establishment,” added Lonegan. “And I have no doubt that what happened in Kansas could happen, not only in other states across the country, but right here in New Jersey.”
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